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The climate friendly solution to hot summer days in Boston

Massachusetts residents struggled with extreme heat earlier this month during a week-long heatwave that drove temperatures up to 98 degrees. In Dorchester, where Betsy Drinan lives, days can get up to 15 degrees hotter compared to nearby rural areas.

For 20 years, Betsy has lived on the third floor

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The Need for Clean Air and Clean Energy at Home

Our homes are supposed to be safe places for our families. However, right in the heart of our homes, stoves are emitting gasses such as benzene and methane, which worsen indoor air quality, harm our health, and contribute to climate change.

The Home Is Where The Pipeline Ends study made it clear